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Turns out if you give away five large, you get a lot of asks.
These are just some of the envelopes for our annual scholarship awards.
Judging is underway and we’ll be announcing the winners soon. Stay tuned!
It’s been a busy week, but here’s some fun stuff to check out on the web. Enjoy, and have a great weekend.
- New event promotes gardens and guitars.
- Rethinking responsibility.
- Scholarship for green industry communication students.
- Cool contest for rural landscape design.
- A (nearly exhaustive) list of drought-tolerant plant resources.
- Above: Marty and I talk about why you should attend GROW! 2013 in Nashville.
Monday is the deadline to get your applications in for our 2012 scholarships. We’re offering two cash awards at $5,000 each to promising horticulture and landscape students.
You can download the application here: bit.ly/hort_scholarship.
The flow of scholarship applications is starting to increase here at the Lawn & Landscape world headquarters.
This is a reminder to let the horticulture and landscape students in your life know that they can net five large if they win.
Download the application here.
Also: Design students have the best handwriting.
We’re tackling the giant pile of scholarship and internship applications we got this week. About 50 students from all over the country submitted materials for the GIE Media Horticultural Scholarship.
Winners will be announced at this summer’s OFA show in Columbus, Ohio. Stay tuned!
The April 15 deadline is rapidly approaching for the scholarships and internships L&L is offering to green industry students.
This year, L&L and our parent comany, GIE Media, will award two $5,000 scholarships and two summer internships paying $2,500 each to outstanding students. The scholarships are cash awards and the internships will provide students a chance to develop their communication and marketing skills by working with the team here at L&L.
If you’re interested, you can download the application here. Or, if you know a stand-out horticulture student that would make a good candidate, please forward it to them.